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Mimeo Presents CopyProtect Paper to Prevent Unauthorized Copying

Wednesday, January 31, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

January 29, 2001 (NEW YORK) Mimeo.com, Inc., the leading provider of Internet-based printing solutions for corporations, announces the introduction of CopyProtect paper for clients who want to protect and ensure the originality of information-sensitive and proprietary documents. With embedded photocopy deterrent technology, CopyProtect paper allows the document recipient to immediately authenticate the document as an original. Essentially, any attempt to photocopy a document printed on CopyProtect paper will result in "UNAUTHORIZED COPY" appearing across each reproduced page. This paper curbs the unauthorized distribution of proprietary documents such as industry research and financial reports, sales proposals, cost sheets, price lists and quotes, contracts, confidential designs, copyrighted material, strategic plans, security manuals, credit reports and other confidential information. Samir Nanavati is a partner at the International Biometric Group, a leading biometrics consulting firm which provides clients with innovative security solutions. He explains, "We provide state-of-the-art benchmark studies and analytical reports --it is important to us and our clients that unauthorized copies of our deliverables are not circulated. I am very pleased with the overall appearance of the documents printed on Mimeo CopyProtect paper, and that the added security of copy protection is virtually invisible to our clients." As the company of choice for corporate printing needs, Mimeo.com has consistently provided innovative security features including ExactPrintsm encryption software and a secure centralized printing facility, which offers unprecedented levels of protection to its corporate clients. "We are aware that experts in the finance, legal, technology and consulting industries are highly protective of their confidential documents," says Jeff Stewart, Mimeo's CEO. "To address this demand, Mimeo does everything possible to ensure the security of our customer's sensitive printed materials. Mimeo's document security measures extend from the physical security systems at our centralized print facility, to our ExactPrint encryption software, and now even to the paper that the actual document is printed on. We are the first online printing company to offer this added security measure, and we expect that the increased security value will further grow the demand for the customized Mimeo Enterprise Solutions Program that so many of our corporate clients already trust."

 

 

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